Brighton, United Kingdom, February 17, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- SEO Brighton has hit the ground running in 2012, with the release and rebrand of their new site. With the dawn of Google panda and the death of article marketing, SEO Brighton have been deep in the lab testing a whole range of products and services on offer. New services that range from infographic design and production; pick and mix link building, where you can determine the source of your links, and developing their own guest post network which will soon be released to the public, early spring 2012.
James Dinbar, Creative Director of SEO Brighton says: “We have also been expanding our blog network which has been used in conjunction with link building foundation such as link wheels & link pyramids. We are currently in a series of negotiations to grow our blogger network with partners and webmasters who are looking to exploit the value of our affiliated and niche sites.”
Whether online marketing has changed James replies: “Of course we are still using UGC sites & web 2.0 properties as satellite sites, as well as the usual stable of press release syndication, directory submission, social bookmarking and guest posting. Old techniques such as directory submission and social bookmarking still have an effect, only considerably less. Much of the value garnered over the past 5 years from article marketing has been wiped off the face of the SERPs by panda.”
But will SEO ever die a death? James is resolute: “SEO will still remain fundamentally the same, whether it is links or likes. Digital Marketing has always been about spreading the word of your site, be it through dominating the SERPs or a social media reputation. As long as there are search engines which place one website above another in terms of importance, there will always be SEO.
Looking to the future, Creative Director, James Dinbar, enthuses: “We are really looking forward to expanding into some of the more cutting edge areas of online marketing, such as Social Media Optimisation. With Google ramping up the war for social data and advertising revenue from Facebook and Bing, we see this as an exciting time to be at the forefront of digital. “
SEO Brighton has also been hard at work testing and developing the mobile version of their site using the jquery mobile framework. With an estimated 10% of Google queries mobile based and an estimated 20% of search queries from mobile devices during the super bowl February 2012, the mobile market is set to explode in 2013. The Mobile version can be viewed at http://m.seobrighton.com.